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Predator Face Veil Predator Face Veil
Rated 1/5 based on 1 customer reviews
49.95 In stock
Product description: The Predator Face Veil is the ultimate ghillie suit veil!

Wear this with your ghillie suit instead of wearing camouflage face paint.

A sniper veil that has burlap sewn into the fine cotton mesh.
Customer reviews:
Waste of money - by , Dec 12, 2017 at 5:29pm 1 Stars This is by FAR the worst piece of ghillie equipment I've ever purchased. It looks ridiculous. Nothing at all like the picture. I purchased the "moss" veil to go with my ghillie suit but I'm not sure whether to manully take it apart and redo all the burlap to make is usable or just throw it away. The burlap, while it seams to be the correct colors for a "moss" look are sewn on the veil in bunches (as they should be) but the bunches are all the same color (which they shouldn't be!). When you look at it, you see six "columns" of colors; moss, olive, green, dark olive, forest, brown (my best guess at the colors), It looks more like a painter's palette of camo colors. When you put it on, your face becomes an instant target because of the "neatly" arranged colors that look like someone painted stripes down your face. It's obviously a good idea; very poor execution. Assembled in Mexico, which is not a problem, but are they aware that the colors should be a few different colored strands in each "bundle" rather than each "bundle" being all one color? I think not. Oh well. I'm thinking I might be able to "salvage" this by cutting all the thread they sewed the burlap on with and running the burlap strand by hand so I can mix up the colors properly. I definitely won't be purchasing any camo made by Bushrag ever again. They either don't know what ghillie should look like or they've never actually looked at there product when it arrived back from the assembly in Mexico. Save your money and find something better. I wish I could post a picture here so you could see how actually silly it looks with the various colored "stripes" hanging down in front of your face. I am usually pretty impressed with camo gear I've bought online (without "seeing and touching" it first) but this is the worst. I will save a picture of it if anyone from Ghilliesuits.com is interested in seeing what they are selling advertised as a "Ghillie Veil".
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The Predator Face Veil is the ultimate ghillie suit veil!

Wear this with your ghillie suit instead of wearing camouflage face paint.

A sniper veil that has burlap sewn into the fine cotton mesh.

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Waste of money
This is by FAR the worst piece of ghillie equipment I've ever purchased. It looks ridiculous. Nothing at all like the picture. I purchased the "moss" veil to go with my ghillie suit but I'm not sure whether to manully take it apart and redo all the burlap to make is usable or just throw it away. The burlap, while it seams to be the correct colors for a "moss" look are sewn on the veil in bunches (as they should be) but the bunches are all the same color (which they shouldn't be!). When you look at it, you see six "columns" of colors; moss, olive, green, dark olive, forest, brown (my best guess at the colors), It looks more like a painter's palette of camo colors. When you put it on, your face becomes an instant target because of the "neatly" arranged colors that look like someone painted stripes down your face. It's obviously a good idea; very poor execution. Assembled in Mexico, which is not a problem, but are they aware that the colors should be a few different colored strands in each "bundle" rather than each "bundle" being all one color? I think not. Oh well. I'm thinking I might be able to "salvage" this by cutting all the thread they sewed the burlap on with and running the burlap strand by hand so I can mix up the colors properly. I definitely won't be purchasing any camo made by Bushrag ever again. They either don't know what ghillie should look like or they've never actually looked at there product when it arrived back from the assembly in Mexico. Save your money and find something better. I wish I could post a picture here so you could see how actually silly it looks with the various colored "stripes" hanging down in front of your face. I am usually pretty impressed with camo gear I've bought online (without "seeing and touching" it first) but this is the worst. I will save a picture of it if anyone from Ghilliesuits.com is interested in seeing what they are selling advertised as a "Ghillie Veil".
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Posted Dec 12, 2017 at 5:29pm by Eric N. Spear.
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